Brunswick Beyond Infinity
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by The BTM Ball Testing Team
3h ago
The Brunswick Beyond Infinity uses the same asymmetrical Infinity core design from the original Infinity but wraps it in the HK22-based AXH Pearl coverstock. Coming out of the box at 500/1000/1500 SiaAir plus Crown Factory Compound, the Beyond Infinity provides more length and a stronger move off the dry than the original. We found this […] Brunswick Beyond Infinity appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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Track Cypher
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by The BTM Ball Testing Team
1d ago
The Track Cypher introduces a new core design, inspired by the Track Synergy from the early 1990s. The new Synergy core features updated materials to create a 2.540″ RG and a 0.047″ differential. It is wrapped in the HK22-based MR-8 Solid coverstock that comes out of the box at a 500/1000/2000 SiaAir finish. The Cypher […] Track Cypher appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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Small Changes, Big Results
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by Ernesto Avila
2d ago
If you want to become good at this sport, you must understand that improving is a long and ongoing process that requires a lot of work and commitment. With this in mind, I wanted to introduce some of the key mindset and practice strategies that you can use to help you along the way. It’s […] Small Changes, Big Results appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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Kicking Out the Corners – Part 1
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by Tyrel Rose
1w ago
Let’s face it: corner pins are the bane of most bowlers’ existence. In fact, this is so true and so prevalent that in nearly every bowling center, at least once a night, a bowler can be heard saying, “Welcome to XYZ!” as if their center has the market cornered on corner pins. Not to be […] Kicking Out the Corners – Part 1 appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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DV8 Hater
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by The BTM Ball Testing Team
1w ago
The Hater introduces a new coverstock and a new asymmetrical core design to the DV8 lineup. The new Hater weight block is a higher RG (2.539″), high total differential (0.054″), and high intermediate differential (0.024″) design that helps keep the Hater’s rough box finish from wanting to start too early and burn off too much […] DV8 Hater appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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Ebonite Game Breaker 5
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by The BTM Ball Testing Team
1w ago
The Game Breaker 5 is the latest release in Ebonite’s famed Game Breaker line. This ball uses the same symmetrical Enhanced V2 core as all of the previous symmetrical Game Breakers since 2014, along with a solid version of the GB 12.7 coverstock. We saw this shell previously on older Hopkinsville-manufactured Ebonite releases like the […] Ebonite Game Breaker 5 appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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Radical Outer Limits Pearl
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by The BTM Ball Testing Team
2w ago
The Outer Limits Pearl is the follow-up to the very successful Outer Limits from Radical. This ball uses the same Outer Limits Asymmetric core as the original but changes the coverstock to HK22 Pearl with a box finish of 500/1000/1500 SiaAir with Factory Compound. The changes in coverstock and box finish increase the length and […] Radical Outer Limits Pearl appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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Hammer Black Pearl Urethane
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by The BTM Ball Testing Team
2w ago
The Black Pearl Urethane is Hammer’s latest response to the new 78D hardness rule for the PBA Tour. This ball is harder than the Purple Pearl Urethane, creating more length and less total hook. To make up for the change in coverstock, the box finish is rougher on the Black Pearl Urethane compared to the […] Hammer Black Pearl Urethane appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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Hammer Effect
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by The BTM Ball Testing Team
3w ago
The Effect introduces another high-flaring asymmetrical option into Hammer’s High Performance price point. This ball uses the new Huntsman core design, which features a lower RG (2.470″), a lower differential (0.050″), and a slightly higher intermediate differential (0.017″) than the Gas Mask core from the Black Widow series. The Effect is the first four-color bowling […] Hammer Effect appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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Roto Grip Optimum Idol
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by The BTM Ball Testing Team
3w ago
Roto Grip’s original Idol became a go-to option for many touring professional and amateur tournament bowlers, so the new Optimum Idol is certainly a hotly-anticipated release. This new iteration features the symmetrical Ikon weight block with the AI outer core system, along with the MicroTrax Solid coverstock that comes out of the box at a […] Roto Grip Optimum Idol appeared first in Bowling This Month ..read more
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